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Thursday, March 16, 2017
Frank Gaffney: European Nations Are ‘Reeling from the Effects of Unassimilated Muslims in Their Midst’
Center for Security PolicyPresident Frank Gaffney looked at the growing conflict between Turkey, Germany, and the Netherlands on Wednesday’s Breitbart News Daily with SiriusXM host Alex Marlow.
“You have not just large numbers of Turks, but you have, of course, Moroccans and others from the Arab world, the Muslim world most especially, who are making up a larger part of the population of not just the Netherlands, but, of course, of countries across Europe,” Gaffney explained.
He said this was “thanks in part to the hijrah, if you will – the migration, the invasion some would call it,” adding, “The colonization, I think, is sort of the traditional way of thinking of it in the historical terms of Islam.”
“This infusion of well over a million people in just the last two years has exacerbated the situation to the point where people like those you’ve been discussing – Geert Wilders in the Netherlands, Marine le Pen in France, and others elsewhere across the continent – are finding large numbers of people who are part of the native population of their countries wanting change, wanting resistance to the mutation of their countries,” Gaffney said.
“At this very moment, in the immediate run-up to the election in which Wilders is making a very strong showing for sure, if not actually going to become the leading party of his country, you have this president of Turkey – a jihadist by the name of Recep Tayyip Erdogan – who is in the process of, again speaking of mutation, morphing his country from one that has traditionally, since the end of World War I, been more or less a secular democratic nation, and importantly, since the end of World War II, an important part of the Western alliance against the Soviet Union. He’s turning it into the next Islamic republic, which is to say an authoritarian regime governing by sharia a population that will, to varying degrees, not be happy with it, but will, nonetheless, be suppressed,” he warned. READ MORE